Allegation that derogatory e-mails were sent by hackers and not the litigant requires “extraordinary proof”

In the course of a very acrimonious divorce, in which the husband had been found to be a vexations litigant, the husband attempted to disavow a series of e-mail messages that were hostile, insulting, threatening and generally offensive. Madam Justice Shelly of the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench in Kavanagh v Kavanagh was not inclined to accept the husband’s say-so that his electronic devices had been “hacked” and that the messages were sent by “Chinese hackers.”

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